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Fearne Cotton releases on-trend pastel kitchen range – and prices start at just £6.99

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Chloe Best

Pastels have been a major trend for interiors in 2018, and now you can introduce them to your kitchen with Fearne Cotton's new affordable homeware line. The TV presenter has created a range of covetable kitchen accessories with Swan Housewares, and better still - prices start at just £6.99.

The Fearne by Swan Housewares collection includes everything from mugs and bowls to mixing bowls and cake stands that any baking fan will love. And with a pastel colour palette featuring lilac, lemon, turquoise, cream and grey shades, it will add a pretty update to any kitchen.

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Prices start at a budget-friendly £6.99 for a set of five measuring spoons, rising to £24.99 for a set of four mugs, £39.99 for a bread bin and £79.99 for a set of three enamel saucepans. The colourful pieces wouldn't look out of place in Fearne's kitchen either; the mum-of-two has previously said she opted for a "wonderful mismatch of colour" when decorating her kitchen, so these accessories and cookware fit the bill perfectly.

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This is the second collection Fearne has created with Swan. The Celebrity Juice presenter previously released retro kitchen appliances like kettles, stick blenders, food processors and toasters, all of which are still available at Very.co.uk.

Fearne Cotton has launched a kitchen collection with Swan

It's no wonder Fearne has opted to launch her own kitchenware, as she has a passion for cooking and baking, and often shares photos of her creations on Instagram. The 36-year-old has also published two cookbooks, Cook Happy Cook Healthy and Cook Eat Love in the past two years.

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Fearne previously opened up how cooking as a child "sparked a love of baking" in later life while talking to The Independent in 2017. She said: "I always baked. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of baking with my nan who used to make jam tarts with me in her kitchen. And that sparked a love of baking at a young age."